Unlimited Travel in Denmark

by Nikola

Hello, I would like to ask you if there is some kind of ticket which can cover two days of traveling for all zones here in Denmark for two people? Or some easy way to save some money for travelling?Because i would like to travel from Koge to Copenhagen on Saturday and then travel from Copenhagen to Malmo on the same time.On Sunday we would like to travel back from Malmo to Koge. Thanks in advance. Have a nice day.


Response: There are several passes available, but not one that combines your specific routes. Check out the Rail Pass in Denmark page. The best pass is the 24 hour pass, which allows you unlimited travel in the Copenhagen area. It does not include travel to Malmo, which is in Sweden. The pass is only good for 1 person and last 24 hours from the time you first use it. If you leave Koge at 115pm, than your pass runs out at 114PM the next day.

There is lots more information available at the above page, plus links to prices and travel restrictions.

Charlie - Expat in Denmark

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